Rock Concert (1973–1980)

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Weekly late-night progressive rock bands, many very well known, with some soft-pop (later) and occasional comic routines.

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Don Kirshner ...
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Weekly late-night progressive rock bands, many very well known, with some soft-pop (later) and occasional comic routines.

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27 September 1973 (USA)  »

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This show featured the only American television "performance" by the group Led Zeppelin: a clip of "Black Dog" from the 1976 film "The Song Remains The Same". See more »

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An Insomniac's Delight
15 February 2004 | by (Los Angeles, California) – See all my reviews

In the days before MTV, this show along with "American Bandstand" and "The Midnight Special" was the only way for most fans of rock and r&b fans to see many of their favorite artists without going to a concert. Despite the boring intros by Don Kirschner (who acted as not only producer, but occasionally as host as well) this was one of the finest teen oriented shows on television. What made it especially great was that unlike "Bandstand", most of the bands actually performed live and didn't have to resort to the practice of lip synching. This show will always be one of the few bright spots of the 1970's music scene.


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